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Halloween

Small business tricks and treats

Scare up some business this Halloween Treat your business to some seasonal tips and tricks that can help you keep your (jack-o-lantern) lights on longer as the days get shorter. Go ahead — treat yourself to more than one!

13 Business Superstitions

Big client meeting coming, do you… cross your fingers? Knock on wood? Rub your lucky rabbit’s foot? You may or may not be surprised by the number of superstitions you’ll find in the average small business. In honor of Friday the 13th — possibly the most popular superstition, in America anyway — we’d like to offer a list […]

5 Scary Good Small Business Digital Marketing Tips

The Internet can be a scary place and having to figure out your business’ digital marketing can be a pretty daunting proposition. Here are five tips to help you slay your digital marketing monsters and grow your business online.   #1: Transform your social media into social marketing Congrats on getting your business set up […]

Are You Haunted by an Empty Social Page?

Halloween’s over, but lots of small businesses are still haunted by a social media page gone horribly wrong. That Facebook page you set up… and then never posted a single post. That Twitter account that doesn’t have a single tweet. These can be very scary indeed. We get it. If you’re like many, you feel […]

Halloween costumes by Google

Want to scare up some business this Halloween? Try Google Frightgeist Google is more than just a search engine — it also does some fun experiments with visualizing data and user behavior. If your kids (or you!) are still trying to decide what to be this year, Frightgeist (a Google Trends experiment) will show you what […]

Bad SEOmens for Small Business Websites - hibu Blog

6 SEOmens that are bad news for your small business website

Search engine optimization (SEO) is an essential part of any online marketing campaign. And with 85% of consumers using the Web to find businesses in their local area1, it’s important that you get it right to get found. The problem is, as a small business owner, it’s incredibly difficult to keep up with constantly shifting […]